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Enterprise Software Architecture and Design: Entities, Services, and Resources (Quantitative Software Engineering Series)

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This book is about programming-in-the-large, a term coined by DeRemer and Kron [2] to distinguish the assembly of large applications from components, from the task of implementing those components themselves. Many of the principles of programming-in-the-large were earlier elucidated by Parnas in two articles [3, 4]. It is striking how many of the key ideas of programming-in-the-large that remain relevant today were in Parnas’ seminal work.

In the 1980s, with the rise of local area networks (LANs) and object-oriented programming, distributed software buses appeared as solutions to the growing complexity of networked heterogeneous software systems. The synthesis of these trends saw the emergence of the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) in the late 1980s. Long before then, industries such as banking and air travel had developed on-line networked transactional systems that are still in heavy use today. CORBA, as originally envisaged, was to be the glue for allowing those legacy systems to be incorporated into modern applications. The use of systems such as CORBA, and particularly of transaction processing monitors, as the backbone for enterprise middlewares has, indeed, been a success story in enterprise software environments. Unfortunately, and perhaps predictably, the challenge of heterogeneity remained, as a heterogeneous collection of software buses emerged for application deployment.
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